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UNI EN 54-7 : 2007

Superseded

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FIRE DETECTION AND FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS - PART 7: SMOKE DETECTORS - POINT DETECTORS USING SCATTERED LIGHT, TRANSMITTED LIGHT OR IONIZATION

Superseded date

23-08-2022

Published date

01-01-2007

1 Scope
2 Normative references
3 Terms and definitions
4 Requirements
  4.1 Compliance
  4.2 Individual alarm indication
  4.3 Connection of ancillary devices
  4.4 Monitoring of detachable detectors
  4.5 Manufacturer's adjustments
  4.6 On-site adjustment of response behavior
  4.7 Protection against the ingress of foreign
       bodies
  4.8 Response to slowly developing fires
  4.9 Marking
  4.10 Data
  4.11 Additional requirements for software controlled
       detectors
5 Tests
  5.1 General
  5.2 Repeatability
  5.3 Directional dependence
  5.4 Reproducibility
  5.5 Variation in supply parameters
  5.6 Air movement
  5.7 Dazzling
  5.8 Dry heat (operational)
  5.9 Cold (operational)
  5.10 Damp heat, steady state (operational)
  5.11 Damp heat, steady state (endurance
  5.12 Sulfur dioxide (SO[2]) corrosion (endurance)
  5.13 Shock (operational)
  5.14 Impact (operational)
  5.15 Vibration, sinusoidal (operational)
  5.16 Vibration, sinusoidal (endurance)
  5.17 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), immunity
       tests (operational)
  5.18 Fire sensitivity
Annex A (normative) - Smoke tunnel for response threshold
                         value measurements
Annex B (normative) - Test aerosol for response threshold
                         value measurements
Annex C (normative) - Smoke measuring instruments
Annex D (normative) - Apparatus for dazzling test
Annex E (informative) - Apparatus for impact test
Annex F (informative) - Fire test room
Annex G (normative) - Smouldering (pyrolysis) wood fire
                         (TF2)
Annex H (normative) - Glowing smouldering cotton fire
                         (TF3)
Annex I (normative) - Flaming plastics (polyurethane)
                         fire (TF4)
Annex J (normative) - Flaming liquid (n-heptane) fire
                         (TF4)
Annex K (informative) - Information concerning the
                         construction of the smoke tunnel
Annex L (informative) - Information concerning the
                         requirements for the
                         response to slowly
                         developing files
Annex M (informative) - Information concerning the
                         construction of the
                         measuring ionization chamber
Annex ZA (informative) - Clauses of this European Standard
                         addressing essential requirements
                         or other provisions of EU Directives
Bibliography

Deals in requirements, test methods and performance criteria for point smoke detectors that operate using scattered light, transmitted light or ionization, for use in fire detection and fire alarm systems for buildings.

DevelopmentNote
Supersedes UNI EN 54-9. (10/2002)
DocumentType
Standard
PublisherName
Ente Nazionale Italiano di Unificazione (UNI)
Status
Superseded
SupersededBy
Supersedes

UNI 11224 : 2011 INITIAL VERIFICATION AND MAINTENANCE OF AUTOMATIC FIRE DETECTION AND FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS
UNI 9795 : 2013 AUTOMATIC FIRE DETECTION AND FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS - DESIGN, INSTALLATION AND OPERATION

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